Microphilanthropy through social media
TinyGive is a great service for donors to donate directly from Twitter.
Use social media ambassadors
Connect with a small and active group of supporters by encouraging them to engage with your content.
Connect with your team
Access the connections within your organization through LinkedIn.
Participate in Twitter chats
Try locating professionals and groups by using the Tweetreports tool to help you search and connect with like-minded groups in your area.
Live video content
A great example is to show your annual fundraiser preparation or have a Q & A session.
Find a social media guru
Having a professional take care of your social media while formulating strategies or marking out plans if anything goes wrong will enable you to witness huge progress. Let’s connect and talk about it!
Make media connections
Nonprofit organizations looking for press coverage can make great connections through publications and journalists who interested in your niche. Using keyword searches like “PR” “nonprofit marketing,” “(your location),” etc.) will expose you to leads to which you can connect.
Shout it out on Periscope
You can use the platform to go live with your news and engage your community.
Thank your sponsors
Simply put, funders appreciate a thank you! Thank your sponsors with a post via Twitter and Facebook. Also, add a thank you post on their page so their followers can view, like share and comment.
Offer donors the option of online giving
FirstGiving offers a simple platform where you can create a page and share it with your followers on social media, while using it as an option to request donations.
I present social fundraising techniques to nonprofit organizations in person and online. I can help you reach your goals! Let’s connect and discuss it.